This film by Samson Productions is so unique and on trend. It's visually stunning and features an equally stunning bride. Our Maharani's beautiful bridal lengha is like a burst of sunshine and each and every detail from her makeup to her jewelry pay the most gorgeous compliments to her wedding day style and traditions. The shots highlighting the rangoli were a nice treat and set an added vibrant energy for the rest of the video. I had a difficult time picking a shot for our preview image because there were simply too many amazing ones to choose from! The only thing I wish I could've seen was more from the post-wedding celebration because I'm positive that was one fun feast, especially with Wicked Entertainment behind the turntables!

The bride on meeting her husband-to-be:

"My husband and I met in college. I was really young at the time and we met by chance. We both weren't looking for anything, just trying to enjoy our lives day by day. But we had this connection and we knew that this wasn't something that we wanted to pass up."

On her wedding style:

"I have always been one to stand out, I never like to have something that someone else has. When I started planning the wedding I wanted it to be different, that doesn't mean it needed to be elaborate but it had to showcase my personal taste. I love bright colors, but I also love when things are elegant. Anyone can be flashy, but elegance is what leaves a mark."

On planning her big day:

"My family knew what I wanted and made sure that all my wishes came true. Every girl dreams about having a perfect wedding, but to be honest nothing will ever be perfect. For me to know that my family did everything for me to make it as close to perfect as it could be was the best part of the planning process. It truly showed me how blessed I was to have a family that would give me their all."

On her bridal lengha:

"Like I said, I love to stand out and be different. When it came to picking my lengha I knew what I wanted. I took in different designs and pieces that I found online but I incorporated my own taste when I was in the process of designing it in India. The colors came into place because it was something that I had never seen before and once I finalized it and it came to light I just couldn't believe how beautiful it was. It was so "me"."

On her hair & makeup:

"My hair and makeup were done by some of the most talented women that I have met. They're artists and understood exactly what I wanted. Wagma Mayar and Anaa K. did an amazing job in bringing my vision to life, I had to give them minimal instructions and they flew with it. I credit them for making me look and feel so amazing!"

We're not done with Filmy Friday yet, so stick around to check out another amazing wedding coming up!


Cinematography: Samson Productions | Lighting: AVL123 | Venue: Sikh Center of Pacific Coast | Makeup: Artistry by Wagma | Hair: Hair by Anaa K.